Friday, November 22, 2019

Short Takes: FIRE Values, RRIFs, and more

My only post in the past two weeks is a review of a book dedicated to Charlie Munger’s wisdom:

Poor Charlie’s Almanack

Here are some short takes and some weekend reading:

Mr. Money Mustache explains some of the values of the FIRE movement.

The Blunt Bean Counter explains the basics of RRIFs clearly. The most intriguing part of this guest post comes at the end: “RRIFs can be used in a surprising number of ways.” It would be good to learn some of those ways.

John Robertson uses the closing of Planswell as a check to see how investor assets are protected from a robo-advisor’s failure.

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